Yellow step card warning referrals may be given by junior high teachers throughout a student’s day. Yellow step cards are tracked between junior high activities. All yellow step card counts start over after each activity.

    The following behaviors will result in yellow step card warning referrals:

    - Tardiness

    - Chewing gum or eating candy

    - Engaging in public displays of affection

    - Violation of school dress code

    - Rough/horse playing

    - Disrupting the learning environment

    Yellow card consequences:

    * 1st yellow card = Step 1: document infraction, conference with teacher

    * 2nd yellow card = Step 2: document infraction, conference with teacher

    * 3rd yellow card = Step 3: document infraction, office referral, phone call home from V.P., loss of next junior high activity

    * 4th yellow card = Step 4: In school suspension, parent contact, loss of next junior high activity


    All infractions will be signed off by parent/guardian.  Student loss of card will automatically result in Step 3 procedure. Upon completion of a junior high activity, yellow step counts will start over.

Last Modified on January 24, 2017